Nashville band Paper Route posted this video "documentary" about the recording of their latest album, Absence. (Good luck discerning any useful information from it, other than the fact that the album has piano on it, though the atmosphere is kind of nifty.) At the beginning, the Narrator says the band "found a house" in Nunnelly, Tenn. Ha, I thought quietly to myself, I've been to Nunnelly once. Then I realized: It's the same house my wife and I rented to have our wedding! But I'm disappointed that Paper Route left out a bunch of cool things about the house.
First, the guy who had the house built saw one of Hugh Hefner's vacation homes in an issue of Playboy and wrote in to hassle the Hef for the plans. For whatever reason, the bunny master sent them along, and this house was built in the Tennessee countryside from those plans. Second, Hef's original house was more lavish, naturally--it had a rooftop tennis court and a swim-up bar in the basement, which are absent from the Tennessee version. Third, there's a stuffed cougar on the wall above the dining room table. I am not fucking joking.
The other thing I want to say is that these "look at us making our album videos" are usually super boring--and that's coming from someone who's fascinated by the way Stevie Wonder used to mic his snare drum.